Make the case for trees and woods in future policy changes – and give Wales’ ancients better protection too.
In the UK you can find native and non-native trees that produce helicopter seeds. These trees are field maple, ash, sycamore, and Norway maple.
We asked our volunteers what could make their experience even more magnificent at the Woodland Trust and here's what they had to say...
More communities are set to benefit from woodland management grants thanks to our partnership with Nationwide Building Society.
Take a step inside a hollow tree and you take a step back through history. A hollowing trunk is a natural process and has benefits for the tree and the creatures that live in them.
Sheffield is known as one of Europe’s greenest cities. Its highways management program has threatened all that.
This year we held our second ever Smithills Bioblitz and Wildlife Festival. Did the sun shine long enough for us to beat last year’s total?
Our osprey chick at Loch Arkaig has fledged! Watch the webcam footage as he takes his first flight.
Blackberries, rowan berries and crab apples are all ripening this month. Here are six wild edible plants to collect with top tips and recipes on how to use them.
Do you have a Rowan, Dog rose, Holly or Alder buckthorn? If your seedling is 20cm tall or more it’s time to transfer it into a larger pot. Here’s how.
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